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While being interviewed at the police station, Lake asked for a glass of water and used it to swallow a cyanide pill hidden in the lapel of his shirt.

He collapsed and was rushed to a hospital, where he went into a coma, and survived on life support machines for four days before being pronounced dead.

By then, police had confirmed the true identity of their suspect as Leonard Lake.

Furthermore, the man whose identity Lake had taken, Robin Stapley, had been missing for several weeks.

Five of the bodies were of men lured to the ranch to be robbed and killed including Robin Stapley and Paul Cosner and the 12th was identified as 18-year-old Kathleen Allen, who knew Ng because her boyfriend had once been his cellmate in prison.

Police also found charred fragments of human bones (in excess of 45 pounds in total), but they were unable to determine the identity of the victims or their number.

We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Leonard Lake (October 29, 1945 June 6, 1985) was an American serial killer. The crimes he committed with Charles Ng became known when Lake committed suicide by taking a cyanide pill shortly after being arrested for a firearms offense. When he was six years old, he and his siblings were sent to live with their grandparents after their parents had separated.

Most of Lake and Ng's victims were people who knew them.

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In 1980, Lake was released from prison and given a year's probation for car theft.

He was married again in 1981 to Claralyn Balasz, a woman he had met while working at a renaissance fair in 1977.

Most of Lake and Ng's victims were people who knew them.

Back in the late 1950s Creamies was asked by a grade school principal to make a frozen treat with milk instead of sugar water.

Creamies developed an ice milk bar made with real fruit and other natural flavorings that the children and their parents loved.

In 1980, Lake was released from prison and given a year's probation for car theft.

He was married again in 1981 to Claralyn Balasz, a woman he had met while working at a renaissance fair in 1977.

It has been postulated the number of unknown murdered persons could be as high as 25.